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|1761:|| E.U. Fines Microsoft $731 Million Over IE Browser Choice|
"We take full responsibility for the technical error that caused this problem and have apologised for it," a spokesman for Microsoft said following the announcement.
|Microsoft Corporate||Mar 6, 2013|
|1762:|| E.U. Gives Google January Deadline Over Antitrust|
EU regulators said they would end their investigation into the allegations if Google came "forward with a detailed commitment text in January 2013".
|Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||Dec 20, 2012|
|1763:|| E.U. Opens Investigation Into Google Over Alleged Abuse Of Dominant Position|
"The European Commission has decided to open an antitrust investigation into allegations that Google has abused a dominant position in online search,"
|Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||Nov 30, 2010|
|1764:|| E.U. Raises Privacy Concerns Over Google's Street View Maps|
"The ability of Google Inc's map service to put detailed street-level images on the Internet could raise concerns in Europe if it was introduced there, the EU's data protection agency said on Thursday."
|Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||May 15, 2008|
|1765:|| E.U. Regulator Tells Google To Pause Privacy Changes|
In a letter to Google's chief executive Larry Page, Europe's 'Data Protection Working Party' wrote that "we call for a pause in the interests of ensuring that there can be no misunderstanding about Google's commitments to information rights of their users and EU citizens, until we have completed our analysis".
|Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||Feb 3, 2012|
|1766:|| E.U. Says, Travel Sites To Clean Up Their Act, or Face Legislation||Ecommerce||May 8, 2008|
|Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||Oct 15, 2012|
|1768:|| E.U.'s Tough, New, Data Protection Rules Proposed|
The European Union will propose tough new rules in the coming days on how corporations handle Internet users' personal data, a long-awaited move that could have far-reaching implications for Web giants such as Google Inc and Facebook.
|Webmaster General||Jan 23, 2012|
|1769:|| E.U.: Will Ad Prices Rise If Google DoubleClick Deal Goes Through|
"If you currently use DoubleClick's ad serving technology, do you expect any changes in the service it offers (in price or quality) by DoubleClick after its acquisition by Google?"
|Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||Jan 12, 2008|
|1770:|| E=MC2 : Google Recruiting Bill Board on Highway 101||Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||July 10, 2004|
|1771:|| EBay Buy Fraud Services Company For $169 Million|
"EBay Inc. said it's buying Fraud Sciences, a privately held Israeli online risk tool provider, for $169 million in cash."
|Ecommerce||Jan 28, 2008|
|1772:|| EBay Open API For Merchants and Developers|
"For the first time, eBay will feature third-party applications within Selling Manager, a tool that merchants use to manage their eBay listings, the company plans to announce Monday at its annual eBay Developers Conference in Chicago."
|Ecommerce||June 16, 2008|
|1773:|| EBay Study Questions Advertising On Google|
"Incremental revenue from paid search was far smaller than expected because existing customers would have come to eBay regardless, whether directly or through other marketing channels," said an eBay representative.
|Google AdWords||Mar 13, 2013|
|1774:|| EBay To Overhaul Design To Aid How Shoppers Find and Buy Products|
"As eBay Inc. prepares for a critical holiday shopping season, the company this week plans to unveil new elements of an overhaul in how shoppers find and buy products on its Web site."
|Ecommerce||Nov 1, 2010|
|1775:|| EBay Took Craigslist Stake In Part To Block Google: exec||Ecommerce||Dec 10, 2009|
|1776:|| EBay to end "Live Auctions" December 31st 2008|
"Live Auctions represent a throwback to traditional open outcry auctions by linking eBay users remotely to auctions moderated by live auctioneers, both in physical locations or online."
|Ecommerce||Apr 16, 2008|
|1777:|| EBay, Facebook, Yahoo, Want An End To Viacom YouTube Lawsuit|
"Yahoo! Inc., IAC/InterActiveCorp, EBay Inc. and Facebook Inc. urged a judge to dismiss Viacom Inc.'s copyright-infringement lawsuit against Google Inc.'s YouTube video-sharing website."
|Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||May 27, 2010|
|1778:|| ECMAScript Revision Announced - the first in ten years|
|1779:|| ECommerce: Avoiding Losses By Identifying Patterns Of Stolen Credit Cards|
"WebmasterWorld members help to identify unusual patterns of activity over stolen credit cards."
|Ecommerce||Jan 16, 2010|
|1780:|| ECommerce: How To Cut Credit Card Fraud|
"WebmasterWorld Members discuss tips and ideas to help reduce credit card fraud on ecommerce sites."
|Ecommerce||June 18, 2010|
|1781:|| ECommerce: Improving Fraud Prevention When Customers Use Free e-mail Services|
"Methods to prevent fraudulent orders when customers use a free, expendable e-mail service."
|Ecommerce||Mar 20, 2010|
|1782:|| ECommerce: Offering Free Shipping in an Era of Rising Transport Costs|
"WebmasterWorld members discuss the issue of increasing shipping costs, and how this increase is passed on."
|Ecommerce||Mar 22, 2010|
|1783:|| EFF Privacy Group Seeks Federal Probe Of AOL|
"A privacy group has asked the Federal Trade Commission to investigate AOL for publishing on the Web search phrases and words used by 658,000 subscribers during a three-month period."
|Webmaster General||Aug 17, 2006|
The new industry buzzword is "Trusted Email".
|Webmaster General||Apr 7, 2006|
|1785:|| EPG: Electronic Program Guides|
" ...Google, as well as MSN, as well as Yahoo are working on indexing media files. [Everyone knows] there are far more channels out there than will ever fit on one remote control. Someone, somewhere has got to organize all that information and provide a neat interface for consumers from which they can consume what they like when they like. "
|SEM Research Topics||Dec 22, 2004|
|1786:|| EU Advisors Say Search Engines Must Cut Data Retention Time|
"The officials decided after a two-day meeting in Brussels that the maximum time for keeping search data is six months."
|General Search Engine Marketing Issues||Apr 6, 2008|
|1787:|| EU Court Backs Users' 'Right to be Forgotten' on Google|
The European Union Court of Justice said links to "irrelevant" and outdated data should be erased on request.
|Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||May 13, 2014|
|1788:|| EU Court Rules Against Anti-Piracy Filtering System|
In its judgement the ECJ ruled that a system would be a "serious infringement" of Netlog's freedom to conduct its business "since it would require Netlog to install a complicated, costly, permanent computer system at its own expense".[br][br]But it also said there was a risk of infringing rights to the protection of personal data, as a filtering system would require "the identification, systematic analysis and processing of information connected with the profiles created on the social network".
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Feb 16, 2012|
|1789:|| EU Court Throws Out Microsoft's Antitrust Appeal|
"The court upheld a record $689 million fine imposed on Microsoft as part of the original decision."
|Deprecated - Microsoft Windows OS (XP/NT/Vista)||Sept 17, 2007|
|1790:|| EU Court Upholds Microsoft's Antitrust Fine, Reduced Slightly To $1.12 Billion|
Europe's second highest court has upheld a competition ruling against Microsoft saying it "essentially upholds the Commission's decision".
|Microsoft Corporate||June 27, 2012|
|1791:|| EU Executive Rejects Calls For Online Music Rules|
"A demand from European Union lawmakers to regulate how authors and composers receive cash for downloaded works has been rejected by the bloc's executive arm."
|Webmaster General||Nov 18, 2007|
|1792:|| EU Extends Google DoubleClick Inquiry Deadline|
"The time limit for a decision on the $3.1 billion deal was moved back so proposed remedies to possible competition problems could be tested, a spokeswoman for the European Commission said."
|Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||Oct 22, 2007|
|1793:|| EU Gives the Go Ahead for Google DoubleClick|
"European Union regulators cleared Google Inc.'s $3.1 billion bid for online ad tracker DoubleClick, saying the deal will not hurt competition for online ads."
|Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||Mar 11, 2008|
|1794:|| EU Investigating Google Over Allegations Of Rival Sites Being Demoted In SERPs|
"He appeared to accept Google's arguments that it is hard to behave as a monopoly on the web, saying the fluid nature of the Internet may make it more difficult for powerful companies to elbow out other companies in new markets."
|Google SEO News and Discussion||July 7, 2010|
|1795:|| EU Laws 'will hit online trade'|
"European Union laws on cross-border trade will hurt online sales and may cause legal chaos, UK business leaders have warned."
|Ecommerce||Jan 22, 2007|
|1796:|| EU Might Require Microsoft to Bundle Other Browsers|
"The EU tried an unbundling strategy with Microsoft before, and that effort failed miserably."
|Microsoft Corporate||June 2, 2009|
|1797:|| EU Regulator Says It May Seek Global Rules For Google|
The European antitrust chief said Wednesday that any changes Google offered to settle concerns that it might be tilting Internet search results in its favor should be applied worldwide.
|Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||July 27, 2012|
|1798:|| EU Rejects ACTA-Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement|
The rejection vote followed a failed attempt to postpone the decision because of ongoing investigations into Acta by the European Court of Justice.[br][br]Euro MP David Martin said: "It's time to give (Acta) its last rites."
|Content, Writing and Copyright||July 4, 2012|
|1799:|| EU To Charge Microsoft Over 2009 Browser Choice Breach|
EU regulators are preparing to charge Microsoft Corp for failing to comply with a 2009 ruling ordering it to offer users a choice of web browsers, the EU's antitrust chief said on Thursday.
|Microsoft Corporate||Sept 27, 2012|
|1800:|| EU To Investigate U.S. Online Gambling Crackdown|
"The European Union launched an investigation on Monday into whether U.S. prosecutions of foreign online gambling companies were discriminatory, possibly paving the way for action at the World Trade Organization."
|Foo||Mar 11, 2008|